Reference numberEC/1881/19
TitleStoney, Bindon Blood: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationEminent for the originality & success of his marine and other Engineering works. Author of a standard work 'The Theory of strains in Girders & similar structures', and of many separate Memoirs. Among others 'Description of Experiments made at the Boyne Viaduct;' 'On the Construction of Harbour & Marine works with artifical blocks of large size' - a paper, for wh [sic] large Telford Gold Medal & £50 Premium was awarded by ICE; 'Application of some new formulae to the calculation of strains in braced girders' 'On the construction of floating beacons'; 'On the strength of long pillars' 'On the action of sea water on lime' 'Description of an experimental on the strength of a lattice girder'; 'On the application of Portland Cement to marine works'; 'On the relative deflection of lattice & plate girders' &c &c
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: W H Barlow
From Personal Knowledge: J Fred Bateman; H Lloyd DD FRS; John Hawkshaw; Rosse; Geo Salmon DD; C William Siemens; R Townsend; Robert S Ball; G Johnstone Stoney; Wm Archer; Saml Haughton
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Stoney, Bindon Blood: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6641Stoney; Bindon Blood (1828 - 1909)1828 - 1909
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